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[Case Gallery] antec 900 water cooled Phisix

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  1. Delepitor New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Dragon 2 plantinum series 478 socket board
    intell p4 2.6ghz overclocked 3.1ghz water cooled
    2 gig of pc3200
    Geforce 7800gs water cooled
    Creative X-fi 64mb onboard ram
    BFG's Agiea Phisix card water cooled

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    water cooled everything sound dampining for case lights as well
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    Chewy New Member

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    omfgg that looks sweet but only in the dark and even than the wire managment looms :p hard case to keep the wires super tidy but its possible. look at some of the other antec 900 case in the gallery, peop;e here really know now how to keep the wires well hidden in that case. :)

    6 cause it has lots of potential and looks great with the loops glowing.. humm I might just make my comp glow when I put it on water now :)
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    ya wish i could go back in time and fix thowes wires to bad computer is now in someone elses hands so
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    looks cool man Im looking for blue "UV" non cunductive fluid the store I shop :p but looks like I'll have to buy some UV dye =( :p
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    5/10

    Man u need to do something with the wires and u install water system without fix the pump in chasis case, for better security of the watercooler system and not to leave them on the ground and put new pics when un finish ok i will Withdraw vote bye ;) good luck


    see and vote in my case http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/1034
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    old pc i dont have this one any more was the second one i made
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    thanks for the comment though
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    4/10. Case has lots of potential, more time should have been taken. Also the low 3d mark scores, you should have gotten more OC out of that card. Horrible wire management, the water cooling tubes are very ill placed. Lots of work needs to be done. Overall I would say very bad job, lots of potential for this rig...
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    I gotta give you a 5 man. The case is great, the watercooling is great, 2GB ram is fine, DDR1 can still hold it's own, but the P4 is hurting your score, but the thing that really made me want to give you a 5 was the watercooler physics card. There's just no point.
    Crunching for Team TPU
  10. Delepitor New Member

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    the card gets realy hot with air cooled i mean hot to touch like it would urn you so water seamed like a good idea
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    Nice case etc, but I dont see the point in having the PhysX card when the rest of the system (P4, 7800GS) holds it back :(
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    Me gusta!!

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